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Wizard approach for Hadoop by Datameer



Founded in 2009, Datameer has a wizard-based approach for analysis of structured and unstructured data. It was co founded by Ajay Anand, who led Product Management of Hadoop at Yahoo  and Stefan Groschupf , an early contributor to Apache Nutch, the parent project of Apache Hadoop.

Datameer provides application for personal, workgroup and enterprise needs. It aims to provide Data integration, Dynamic data management and Self service analytics.


Some of the selling points of  Datameer offerings are:
- Puts a “face” on Hadoop with an intuitive GUI
- Easy to use, cost effective and scalable
- Provides a complete business user focused BI solution with 20+ data connectors, 200+ built-in analytics functions
- Empowers business uer to perform data integration, analytics and visualization without IT department need

Datameer's Product Offering is available as Free 30-day trial download which we recommend for every one due to pure ease in installing and trying analytics. There are also regular webinars which are available and demos are scheduled by Product Manager upon request.

One of the flaunting factors of Datameer is it support to all major  Hadoop Distributions including Apache, Amazon, Cloudera, EMC, Hortonworks, IBM, MapR and Microsoft. From a data integration perspective, it supports a wide variety of formats, including those listed below.

Structured
Unstructured
  • Oracle, DB2, MS SQL, MySQL, etc.
  • Teradata, Greenplum, etc.
  • XML, JSON, CSV, etc
  • HBase, Casandra
  • Twitter, Facebook, etc.
  • Email archives
  • LogFiles
  • CRM


Quick Facts

2040 Pioneer Ct
San Mateo, CA 94403-1720, United States   Phone: +1-650-286-9100           
http://www.datameer.com         
Management
Chief Executive Officer: Stefan Groschupf
Vice President of Product Management: Frank Henze
Chief Technology Officer: Peter Voss
Vice President, Marketing: Joe Nicholson
Director of Finance: Tom Leep

Annual Sales (Estimated):      $1.20M

VENTURE FUNDING TOTAL:  $11.8M  
Employees:      40
Senior Director of Sales: Jeff Diller
Product Evangelist:Alex Villami
Director of Business Development: Anthony Edwards
 

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